Columns

Why IGP Idris Is Mad About The Letter, By Azu Ishiekwene

Instead of chasing shadows and inventing false enemies, the Police hierarchy owe PREMIUM TIMES and indeed all media houses that published that leaked letter a debt of gratitude. And here, I’m not just talking about the grammatical errors starting from the “team of cracked operatives” in the first paragraph to…
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Columns

Saraki As Buhari’s Achilles Heel, By Majeed Dahiru

The majority of Nigerians who cherish freedom and relish liberal democracy are beginning to see the Saraki political battle as a continuous struggle against Buhari’s undemocratic tendencies. As the leader of the new opposition coalition, Saraki will no doubt be Buhari’s Achilles’ heel in 2019. Achilles was a Greek mythical…
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Opinion

NNPC: Buhari’s Autumn As Moral Czar?, By Louis Odion

If we are to believe that President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) didn't know or couldn't have sanctioned all these all along, as being canvassed by his advocates, then there can only be a more frightening certainty: the president must be utterly oblivious of key happenings around him, being technically out of…
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Opinion

The Wisdom In Osinbajo’s Decision to Fight Corruption With Corruption, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

...the ingenious thing to do is to seek solutions for corruption by looking within corruption. Osinbajo has done just that with the ICPC board appointments. Rather than pillory and harangue him, we should applaud him. The more cats we can lure into exalted positions, the safer the fish! When Acting…
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Columns

Making Real Our Yearning for Unity in Diversity, By Jibrin Ibrahim

As insecurity continues to grow, fear becomes a major factor. The physical fear of violence is growing as more of the country gets sucked into rural banditry, kidnapping, militancy and We must all strive to push back these fears and go back to the path of building our unity in…
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